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(SUNDAY, JANUARY 1, 1918.
F.E. YOUNG
REAL ESTATE
COMPANY
our many patrons and
Very Merry Christmas.
C. WILLIAMS 6. CO.
Office Bismarck Bank Bldg.
Tel. No. 497. Bismarck N. D.
fOM, OR RENT—HOUSEfe
AND FLATS
i'OK MS AT—Five room house 23 Ave.
$30 pe* month with bath and hot
water heiit. Phone Corwin at 700.
1-1-tf
FOR BALE—An eight room modern
house on (Eighth street. $700.00
down, balance $30.0,0 per month.
Phone 354K. 12 31 3t
•OH SALE OR RENT—Modern six
room 'house, full basement, close in.
Can have possession at once. Phone
687. 12 29 lwk
FOR RENT—7 room house with bath,
well'Situated. B. C. Marks, City Na­
tional bank. 12 29 tf.
FOR RENT—(Modern 5 -room cottage.
416 Broadway. Phone 35.
12 27 61
FOR RENT—4 room house, full base­
ment, heating plant hardwood
floors city water electric lights,
etc. Very reasonable. Thone 600
12 22 tf.
\fOR RENT— Beautiful 5 room house,
all modern and full basement, 801
7th street. See owner at 918 8th
street. 12 20 3 mo.
TORRENT—4 room house, close in
$16.00. F. E. Young. 12 18 tf
"f5R RENT—Modern bouse, three
blocks from postofflce. Phone 794.
I Geo. Little. 12-5-tf
We take this opportunity of wishing special trains leave St. Paul January
friends a
F.E. YOUNG
REAL ESTATE COMPANY
Telephone No. 78R.
Offices in First National Bank Bldg.
J. H. HOLIHAN
Real Estate Bargains.
FOR SALE—New bungalow of 6
rooms and bath, 3 bed rooms. Lot
60x150. East front_$3,600.
FOR~RENT—Strictly modern house of
5 rooms and bath, on Avenue C,
East.
Insurance Written Notary Public
J. H. HOLIHAN
Lucas Block. Phone 74&
JCSLF e^ANTBD-MALE
WANTED—Pin setters at
Pool Hall.
5th Street
11 6 tf.
IELP WANTED—FEMALE
WANTED Girl for general house
work. Phone 594. 12 2'J tf
WANTED—Good girl for ieneral
housework. Call 930 6th street or
phone 307L. 12 2'.) 4t
OFFER PERMANENT .Position "at
very attractive salary to an especial­
ly competent experienced stenog­
rapher. Address P. O. Box 56$.
12 22 tf.
WANTED—A competent girl for "gen­
eral housework Mrs. E. Opdyke,
517 Mandan Ave. declStf
C. WILLIAMS & CO.
Real Estate Snaps
LAND WANTED—Improved and un­
improved farm land, large and small
tracts. If you desire to sell at a
reasonable price give terms. I can
get results. Eastern connections
with a campaign for buyers that de­
sire this class of land will offer you
a chance to sell. Send list with low­
est price and terms, or see C. Will­
iams & Co., telephone No. 497. Bis­
marck Bank bldg.
ft AVE blacksmith shop that I want to
trade for tractor and plows. Shop
is in good town of 400 on main line
of N. P., consisting of all necessary
tools, engine and trip-hammer.
I-WK TKAue—One section of good
land in McKenzie county to trade
for city income property.
FOR SALE—Six room house month
ly payments about same as rent
J.K. Doran. 12-4-lir
FOR RENT—Partly modern six room
hoase. J. K. Doran. 12-4-lm
FOR RENT—Flat water, light and
heat furnished. Especially low
price if tenant will care for furnace
Phone 132R. J. K. Doran. 12-6-lm
jjuSE TO RENT—I have two
ouses tor rent. C. L. Burton. ll-5tl
RENT—Good, comfortableTseven
am house, close in rents for $25.
O. Hellstrom. 12-3-ti
LOST AND TOUND
-Purse, Friday at Orpheum
atre. Finder please leave at
une. 12 30 tf.
-Lady's black leather folding
pursk containing over 130.00 in cur­
rency. a bank book on Northern
Savinrs bank, Fargo, N. D., also
meal licket on Weban Cafe. Name
of Maftle Bring on bank book. Re*
turii to* Geo. W. Little and receive
regard. 12-2Q
LOST^On^Monday between Bismarck
Bank and Salvation Army Hall, two
$5 pills. Finder return to 356 care
.Tribune
ojr
call
319
So-
SELL IT THROUGH THE
D. T. OWENS & CO.
-?eal Estate, Loans,. Insurance, City
•Property
Come with us to Sunny Texas. Our
first and fifteenth. Fare from St.
Paul and return with berths and din­
ing service thrown in $55.00 Oue
lialf fare for your wife.
D. T. OWENS & CO.
Bismarck, N. 0.
ROOMS FOR KENT
FOR RENT—Two modern furnished
rooms in good residence section.
Call Phone 620, or 424 7th street.
12 31 2t
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping. 317 8th street.
Phone 236X. 12 31 3t
FOR RENT—Modern room. 515 4th
street. Phone 642. 12 31 4t
FOPTRENT—Modern furnished rooms
In Varney flat. 12 Si 3t
FOH HtNT—Warm front room. 515
..5th street. Phone 592Y.
12 29 tf.
FOR RENT—Kive furnisned rooms,
modern, $30. Three blocks from
post office. Phone 632, A. II. Welch,
322_2nd street^ 12 29 4t
FOR KEfliT—Furnished rooms up­
stairs. One large furnished room
downstairs modern house. Phone
288L. 722-6th St. Also garage for
_rcnt. l-l-3t
F.OR RENT—Close in, large front
room on first floor suitable for two,
also light housekeeping rooms. 4l'l
Fifth street. Phone 273.
12 27 1 wk.
FOR RENT—Rooms for light house­
keeping. Call 4CSZ. 12-27-lw
FOR" RENT—Xico ~warm furnished
rooms, modern. Call 4G Main.
12 21 mo.
TOR
Modern rooms.
12 16 lmo.
FOR RENT—Strictly
Phone 377K
FOR RENT—Strictly modern rooms.
Phone 377K. 12 16 Ljno.
FOR RENT—One large furnished
front room, small room adjoining,
suitable for two people or used for
light housekeeping if desired. Phone
477 U. or call at 818 Avenue 17.
12 10
tf.
ROOMS FOR ENT—All modern, hot
water heater. Telephone connected.
814 Avenue B. 11 27 tt
FOR RENT—Steam heated, electric
lighted, furnished rooms at the Busi­
ness college. Phone 183. 12-7-lm
RENT—Modern rooms, warm
and comfortable. 622 Third Street
12-4-lm
FOR RENT—Furnished rooms. &ul
Fourth street. Phone 404K. Geo.
W. Little.1 11 14 tf
MISCELLANEOUS
1 HAVE 40 acres, good clay loam,
clover land, with some timber, well
located in every way. Will sell or
exchange for stock of merchandise.
M. A. Peoples, Ladysmith, Wiscon­
sin. 12 30 10t
FOR sXLE—About 2,000 poles"9,"ll,
and 14 feet long. Lahr Motor Sales
Co., Bismarck, X. D. 12 29 6t
hurt SALE—Household furniture in
good condition. Call 311 Ave C.
Phone 73U 12 28 1 wk.
FOR SALE—Tailor shop in good live
North Dakota town,'about 800 popu­
lation. Reason for selling, must go
to war. Write or call Henlein, Tail­
or, Garrison, N.'D. 12-27-6
wanttD—Koomers
and boarders at
the Dunraven, 212 Third St. Mrs.
Blanche Masters, Mgr.
11 26 1 mo.
FOR SALE—One-fourta section land,
3 or 4 miles from Bismarck, $25.00
per acre. One-fourth cash. SW
section 30 T. 139, range 79. Alex A.
Gibson. P, O. Box 561, Chico, But­
ler Co., California.
__ 11 24 tf
FOR SALE—Only theatre in North
Dakota town of 1,000 population
Reason for selling—iuust go tc
warmer climate. R. F. Jarvin, Glen
niHn. N n*tr
12 24 lOt
8tb street.
1ft
13 tf
"Bonds'for Seed Grain."
NOTICE FOR BIOS.
Notice is hereby given that the
board of county commissioners of
Ward county, North Dakota, will re­
ceive sealed proposals at the office of
the county auditor, of Ward county.
North Dakota, up to until o'clock a.
m. January 9, 1918. for the purchase
of $250,000 seed grain bonds, in de­
nominations of $500.00 each, due in
five years, bearing interest at the rate
of $6 per cent per annum payable
semi-annually.
The board of county commissioners
reserve the right to reject any or
all bids.
Dated at Minot, N. Dak., this 22nd
day of December, 1917.
R. W. KENNARD,
County Auditor.
A Leaking Faucet.
When tlio faucets in tfio bathroom
or kitchen leak or do not allow the
water to flow freely they need a new
washer, and the washers cost live
cents each. To put on the washer,
turn off the water, the rod is usually
under the sink or in the basement, and
unscrew the faucet take olf the worn
out washer-and slip on a new one and
turn your water on again and presto!
the work is done and no repair bill to
pay.
When One Is Rich.
You ore rich indeed, if you have un­
bounded health and strength, with an
opportunity to do t) ms uudu
own direction.
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Question.
Why don't we get dimples instead of
Crinkles?—Lwlsville Courier-Journal.
DOINGS OF THE DUFFS
VOL) BET WE
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Strict
Rules Are Enforced to Con­
serve the Diminishing Slip
ply of Cloth.
To conserve the diminishing supply
of clothing in Germany, the German,
government has imposed regulations
requiring that, for all articles of linen
or personal wear to be purchased, three
similar worn articles must be returned.
This increases the scope and rigor of
the clothing cards introduced less than
a year ago.
The regulation applies to cotton
stockings, gloves, collars, table linen
and cloth materials for various house­
hold purposes. For every suit or ovcr
coat two well-worn or one in good con­
dition must be surrenderod. The only
articles of ordinary wear or use that
are exempted from card regulation
'are wooden shoes and silk things
More than a year
agothere was much
talk in Germany of reducing the con-,
sumption of cloth by inducing patriot-1
Ic-minded women to return to the old
but fashionable tiglit skli't. The maxi­
mum quantity of -material, in meters,
Which should be used for a dress was
even stipulated. The'CconOmy was not
siicfc£LSS.ful!.v
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""Ofil SCENERY.
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FURTHER
Sftu
VIMoop-eee!
the German waniea, though they short­
ened their,?skirts appreciably, made
tliem wi(le:|ind lull...
'Sow, 'therefore, there is pending a
rigid specifications limiting the number
of yards of cloth which may bp devoted
to any garment of given proportions—
depending upon the size of the prospec­
tive wearer. And if the wearer needs
linen and oilier garments than outer
clothes she must turn in three corre­
sponding worn-out pieces of lingerie.
The strict rules and regulations that
a.e gioAii,:t .•.tiiciu each
,m
,)U'1*
of deception and coy.ntle.ss attempts by
those who possess stocks of clothing
to evade the card pyslem by selling at
abnormally high prices to those who
cannot procure cards.
CcrnproGsing Cotton.
Scientific investigation has proved
that compression of a high degree does
not injure the fiber, and cotton is pack­
ed in other countries today at a den­
sity substantially three times that: of
ours by the most economical practice.
*Thc Egyptian package has a density
TI1C l'-iKVPuan iiacHiifct: JUIS
p0Hmjs a cubic foot the
ln(Han co((on is
compressed to -45
]fj cubj( f()()t wllilo some Iri
diun and Chinese baling plants effect a
density of from 55 to 00 pounds of
cotton per cubic foot.
Tribune Want Ads Bring Kesults.
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Fades Only for the Weak.
It is one of the weaknesses of man­
kind that it is forever establishing
rules, programs, formulae. They servo
their purposes for the guidance of or­
dinary minds. P.nt Aim. pioneers of
thought ride rough-shod through the
rulers. They gain the ends they desire
by refusing to be directed by what
someone else has thought bet ore them,
by what teachers have insisted upon
as binding.—Exchange.
Ladies and gents pressing and clean-
ing. Bryant Tailoring Co. Phone 788
Barbie's
DRY CLEANING AND
DYE WORKS
PHONE 394
409 Front Street
We Call for and Deliver
When Better Cars Are Made
BUICK
WILL BUILD THEM
STEAM HEATED STORAGE
Is a vital necessity in caring
for an automobile during our
cold winters. Aside from the
harm cold storage does to a
car, consider the waste of bat­
tery and gas in starting. Store
your car in our fireproof ga­
rage and your winter troubles
will be over.
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
Phone 700
Telephone 814
CLASSIFIED COLUMNS
•est Kind of Play Is Work
One if Hit' best kinds of play is
work. Many or (ho elements of play
ruler into work if it is performed in
the right spirit. The most satisfying
forms of pia.v are those in which inter­
est is excited competition, with desire,
to succeed and accomplish some defi­
nite end, makes the game worth play­
ing. Work is fatiguing and distaste­
ful when it is lacking in these ele­
ments.
Cupid Makes Early Call.
An American professor who has
spent his life investigating and has
collected the evidence of 1,703 young
people, declares that both sexes start
being wounded by Cupid's darts at the
nge of throe and that a woman love
reaches maturity at tweuty-two and a
man's at twenty-four.
TAXI
L. S. SMITH
Taxi
Phone 342
Also Dray and Transfer
Geo. Robidou
Undertaking- Embalming
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
Day Phone 50 Night Phone 637
WEBB BROTHERS
FOR SALE
0x1 Barrels with Faucet® at
$3.00
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
Bismarck, N. D.
Machine Hemstitching and
Picoting
Mrs. M. C. HUNT
S14 2nd St. Phone C4«|
Undertaking Parlors
A. W. Lucas Company
Day Phone 465 Night Phone 100
A. W. CRAIG
Licensed Embalmer in Charge
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Battery Service
Loden's Battery Shop
BATTERY REPAIRING
We are a licensed service station
and wholesale distributing depot of
the Exide Battery Co., the largest of
its kind in the world. Any work we
turn out is absolutely guaranteed by
our contract with these people. We
wil repair ail makes of batteries and
carry a full line of new Exide batter­
ies and parts for any make of car.
Cold weather ruins a half charged
battery. If your's is in doubtful con­
dition, send it to us for Inspection.
We also specialize in the winter stor­
age of'batteries for those who put
away their cars for the season.
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
Bismarck, N. O.
Farm Lands and Garden Plots
Residence and Business Lots
Offices and Stores for Rent
Bismarck Realty vomp
inoorporaled
Ml
Windows by Hand.
In making stained-glass windows ev­
ery bit of the work is done by hand,
and it is unitizing to realize how many
times each piece of gluss must bo linn
died. An operator tells of counting up
one day and finding that no less than
twelve times were necessary. All the
leadwork is done by hand too, even the
opening of the little slots into which
the glass is fastened.
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Coffee a Nutrient.
Coffee is not a stimulant pure and
slrtiple, but a very considerable nutri­
ent. Justus Licbig proved that, by
taking equal lots of men, working in
the- salt mines, feeding one lot bread
and meat, the other bread and coffee,
and comparing results. The coffee
squad did more work and came out
in better shape than the meat caters.
TAXI
Phone 57
S. LAMBERT
The Electric Shop
B. K. SKEELS
Everything
Electrical
Wiring Fixtures and Supplies
Delco Farm Light Plants
Phone S70 401 Broadway
HATS
SAVE MONEY
By having your old felt Hat
CLEANED AND RE
BLOCKED
EAGLE HAT WORKS
Connected with First Class
SHOE SHINING PARLOR
Shoes dyed Black or Brown
First Class Work Guaranteed
PHONE 682
Opposite Postoffice Bismarck
Transfer & Storage
We have unequalled facilities fori|
moving, storing, and shlpplngri
household goods. Careful, expert-1
enced men also retail lea and
wood.
WACHTER TRANSFER CO.
Phone 62. No. 202 Fifth 8t
For first class shoe repairing
go
to
BISMARCK SHOE HOSPITAL
H. Burman, Prop.
411 Broadway
#09 BBOADWAI
BISMAKCK, H. »,
EVERYBODY KNOWS
VALVE-IN-HEAD MEANS
BUICK
RADIATOR REPAIRING
Don't take chances. Seci
your leaky radiators to our
old established shop for
treatment by experts.
CORWIN MOTOR CO.
Bismarck, North Dak.
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